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You are describing the typical issue for a problem in the 'flame rectification' circuit. Turn the powere off. Find the flame sensor, it will be on the opposite side of the furnace from the spark ignition device. Carefully remove the sensor and clean with fine sandpaper, then clean the wire connector on the end of it if so equipped, then follow that wire all the way to the circuit board, remove the wire connection and clean it and reinstall. Many times that solves the issue.
Some systems utilize the spark ignition electrode as its own flame sensor. IF there is no separate flame sensor, perform the above task on the ignition device instead. Be careful NOT to bend the probe, crack the ceramic insulator or reinstall it malaligned. Its location in the pilot flame is critical. Slight relocation by improper handling will render it unable to ignite the pilot gas.
There may be another issue as there are many things that cause ignition lockout, but this is the first thing to do to eliminate the situation you've described.
If you are unsure of performing this and ANY minor maintenance to a gas fired appliance, abandon the idea and call a qualified service tech to proceed.
it sounds to me that u need to reduce pressure although u say pressure is correct try reducing pressure and see what happens i presume u use bottle gas L P G?............in any case the flame shud not ever lift of burner and flame doesn't need to touch pan to cook hope this helps
do you have the pilot light burning if not then you have to get in burning first Put knob in pilot position push down and hold for at least 30 seconds or longer then if there is an igniter push and release it push and release till pilot light comes on .Continue to hold pilot light button down for another 10 seconds or so, release pilot button and turn button to on or up a number or set T stat Main flame should come on and burn
You will need to buy a new thermo couple 8.00 part from ace it is the little copper line close to piolet flame,it sences the piolet and allows the gas to open and feed,it is wore out,burned out,replace.